Invitation from the convenor
Welcome to the Australasian Polymer Symposium
The Australasian Polymer Symposium (APS) is held every eighteen months to two years. It is an important meeting where polymer scientists from Australia and New Zealand can come together with international researchers to hear the latest polymer research from around the world and to build new research collaborations.
This meeting will have seven themes covering all the emerging areas of polymer technology which have most importance for our changing world. These themes include polymers for sustainability future, polymers for health, polymers for energy and catalysis, composite materials and additive manufacturing
We have created a variety of sponsorship packages to ensure that you get the best value for your investment. Our sponsorship team is happy to discuss how to best tailor a package to suit your objectives. If you are an exhibitor, this is a wondeful opportunity to share your innovations and to market new technologies, products and services to our delegates.
I hope you will consider joining us in Auckland in 2024.
Associate professor Georgina Such | Associate Dean of Diversity and Inclusion Faculty of scrience
Associate Professor (School of Chemistry)
The University of Melbourne
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If you wish to discuss sponsorship or exhibition opportunities for 38APS,
please contact Kim:
Center for Advanced Imaging, University of Queensland
Queensland University of Technology
Program at a Glance
|Sunday, 18 February 2024
|1300 – 1700
|1800 – 2000
|Monday, 19 February 2024
|0800 – 1700
|1800 - 1930
|Tuesday, 20 February 2024
|0900 – 1700
|Wednesday, 21 February 2024
|0900 – 1700
Please note, dates and times are a guide only and may be subject to change.